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Preface.--I. Soul-wandering as it concerns animals.--II. The Greek conception of animals.--III. Animals at Rome.--IV. Plutarch the humane.--V. Man and his brother.--VI. The faith of Iran.--VII. Zoroastrian zoology.--VIII. A religion of ruth.--IX. Lines from the Adi Granth.--X. The Hebrew conception of animals.--XI. "A people like unto you."--XII. The friend of the creature.--XIII. Versipelles.--XIV. The horse as hero.--XV. Animals in Easter fiction.--XVI. The growth of modern ideas about animals.--Index